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FALL 1966 SCHEDULE
THURSDAY and FRIDAY... SATURDAY and SUNDAY ... At 7 and 9:05 P.M. (except where nf
Plus THREE (to be Announced) Special Wednesday Night FREE Showings of Motion Picture Cla
SEPT. 1, 2
(dir. Charlie Chaplin-1923)
Starring Charlie Chaplin, with Edna Purviance and Mark Swain.
Charlie, an escaped convict, disguises himself as a priest! His ad lib
sermon on David and Goliath is an all-time classic.
SHORTS: "ANYTHING GOES," "YES, YES, NANETTE,"
"A PAIR OF TICKETS," "ALL WET" (All Hal Roach Comedies)
SEPT. 3, 4
ONE EYED JACKS*
(dir. Marion Brando-1961)
American. Starring Marlon Brando, Karl Malden, Katy Jurado. The
most famous of the psychological or method Westerns. Brando at
*Special Times: 7:00 and 9:15
SEPT. 8, 9
FIRES ON THE PLAIN
Japanese, subtitles. Ichikawa's study of psychological obsessions in
Medieval Japan. One of the greatest Japanese films by an ofttimes
over-looked major director.
SHORT: "WEDDING FEAST," unanimous first prize at Locarno
OCT. 6, 7
Russian, silent. Dovzhenko is considered one of the giants of Cine-
matic Art and "Earth" is his greatest film. A must for any serious
student of the film.
SHORTS: "A PROPOS DE NICE" (Jean Vigo), "BALLET
MECHANIQUE" (Leger), "LE CHIEN ANDALOU" (Bunnel Dali)
OCT. 8, 9
(dir. David Lean-1946)
English. Starring John Mills, Valerie Hobson, Jean Simmons, Francis
L. Sullivan, and Alec Guinness. David Lean, director of "Lawrence of
Arabia" and "Doctor Zhivago."
OCT. 13, 14
(dir. Edmund Goulding-1932)
American. Starring John Barrymore, Lionel Barrymore, Greta Garbo,
Wallace Beery, Joan Crawford and MGM's stable of stars. Filmed at
Mackinac Island Grand Hotel. A "tour de force" of the 30's.
OCT. 15, 16
(dir. Vittori de Sica-1n951n
Italian, subtitles. Co-authored by de Sica & Zavattini. Starring Carlo
Battisti. Many awards including N. Y. Film Critic's Award-"Best
Foreign Film-1955." A intense character study of an old man alone
with his dog, and of the frustrations that beset him.
SHORT: "THE MISSING MILLIONAIRE" with Douglas Fairbanks
NOV. 4 (one night only)
NOV. 5 (one night only)
THE WORLD OF APU (1958)
SEPT. 10, 11
THE LONELINESS OF THE
LONG DISTANCE RUNNER
(dir. Tony Richardson-i1962)
English. StarringTom Courtney and Michael Redgrave. Tony
son, director of Tom Jones, in a bitter, biting study, of the
and emotional confusion of adolescence.
JOAN OF THE ANGELS?
(dir. Jerzy Kawalerowicz-1961)
Polish, subtitles. A brilliant study of "demonic possession" based on
the same historical material as Aldous Huxley's "The Devils of Lou-
dun," "the best of the new wave of Polish films," Sat. Review.
A 1~th century convent is accused of being under the influence of the
Devil. CANNES AWARD.
SHORT: "CORRAL 12"
SEPT. 17, 18
(dir. Sir Lawrence Olivier-1955)
English, color. Starring Olivier, John Gielgud, Ralph Richardson, Cecil
Hardwick, Claire Bloom.
*Special Times: 7:00 and 9:30
SEPT. 22, 23
THE BIRTH OF A NATION*
(dir. D. W. Griffith-1915)
American, silent. Uncut version. One of the greatest American films
ever made. With the Gish sisters and the whole Griffith Retinue.
"The war scenes are still as exciting as any ever made."
*Special Times: 7:00 and 9:45
SEPT. 24, 25
L POSTO (The Sound of Trumpets)
Italian, subtitles. With Sandro, Panzeri, Loredana Detto, Venice &-
London Prizes. Olmi's first feature length film. A boy swallowed up by
necessity and bureaucracy.
SHORT: "ANTONIO AND ROSARIO" (Italian)
SEPT. 29, 30
3:10 TO YUMA
(dir. Delmer Doves-1 957)
American. Starring Glenn Ford and Van Heflin. Considered one of
the finest modern examples of the American Western. Ford, a ruth-
less killer, is to be transported out of town on the 3:10 to Yuma but
his gang has other plans.
OCT. 20, 21
SUBIDO AL CIELO
(dir. Luis. Bunuel-i1951 )
(Mexican Bus Ride)
Spanish, subtitles. A rare glimpse at the comic side 'of one of the
world's most grim and brilliant directors.
SHORTS: "DOUGH & DYNAMITE" & "THE RINK"-Chaplin
OCT. 22, 23
LA REGLE DE JEU (The Rules of the Game)
(dir. Jean Renoir-1939)
French, subtitles. Renoir, himself, appears in this delightful and poig-
nant study of European "Society." Highest Rating: Sight & Sound.
One of the greatest pictures of all time,
SHORT: "COPS"-Buster Keaton
OCT. 27-A Special HALLOWEEN WEEKEND FESTIVAL (one night only)
(dir. Val Newton-1931)
American. With Bela Lugosi. Uncut.
OCT. 28 (one night only)
NOV. 6 (one show only)
THE ENTIRE APU TRILOGY.,
(dir. Satyajit Ray-1952/58)
Indian, subtitles. The greatest Cinematic Poem ever created. Present-
ed in cooperation with the University Dept. of East Asian Culture
A11 three shown in order, starting exactly at 7:00 with 10 minute
intermissions between films.
NOV. 10, 11
(dir. Fritz Lang-1932)
German, subtitles. Peter Lorre as a child molester: the role that made
him famous. SHORT: "SATURDAY AFTERNOON"
NOV. 12, 13
Experimental Film Program No. 1
Films to be announced
NOV. 17, 18
WILD AND WOOLY
American. Comedy with the effervescent American screen idol-
SHORTS: "45 MINUTES FROM HOLLYWOOD" with Laurel & Hardy
"THE CLEVER DUMMY"-Ben Turpin
"HARD BOI LED YEARS"-Billy West
NOV. 19, 20
Experimental Film Program No. 2
Films to be announced
DEC. 1, 2
THE FLOWER THIEF
(dir. Ron Rice-1961)
American. With Taylor Mead, Big Daddy Nord and a host of San
Francisco beatniks. SHORT: "TEDDY AT THE THROTTLE"
DEC. 3,4-AN ALL-COMEDY PROGRAM
(dir. Buster Keaton-1924)
Buster in a classic dream sequence, imagines he is a great detective!
SHORTS: "THE DIPPY DENTIST," "SURE, MIKE,"
"SAFECRACKERS," "GAME CLEAR THROUGH"
DEC. 8, 9
LE M ILLION (dir. Rene Clair-1931)
French, subtitles. Musical comedy in the tradition of "Sous les Toits
de Paris" and "The Umbrellas of Cherbourg." "Among the best films
ever made."-London Times.
SHORTS: A PROGRAM OF EARLY CARTOONS
DEC. 10, 11
BRINK OF LIFE
(dir. lngmar Bergman-1958)
Swedish, subtitles. The lives of three women told as each awaits the
birth of her first child. Starring Eva Dahlbeck, Ingrid Thulin, and
CANNES FILM FESTIVAL AWARDS: Best actress, best director.
SHORT: "SOLDIER MAN"
DEC. 15, 16
GOLD DIGGERS OF 1933
(dir. Busby Berkley-1933)
American. Starring Dick Powell, Joan Blondell, Ginger Rogers, Aline
McMahon, Ned Sparks. The campiest of camp, includes "The For-
gotten Man" sequence. Pre-censorship and uncut.
DEC. 17, 18
(dir. Charlie Chaplin- 928)
American. Charlie joins the circus by mistake and ends up a lion
tamer, tight rope walker, and clown. With Myrna Kennedy. Academy
Award to Chaplin "for versatility and genius in writing, acting, direct-
ing and producing."
SHORTS: "WRONG AGAIN"-Laurel & Hardy,
"OUR DAREDEVIL CHIEF," "SUBMARINE PILATE"
(dir. John Parker-1955)
American. Music by Antheil, played
N.Y.C. Censor Board as "Inhuman,
by Shorty Rogers. Banned by
indecent and the quintessence
SHORT: "ONCE OVER LIGHTLY"-Sennett
OC T. 29(one night only)
THE BRIDE OF FRANKENSTEIN
(dir. James Whale-1935)
American. With Boris Karloff and Elsa Lanchester. Should be seen on
a theatre screen.
SHORT: "THE HOMEBREAKERS"-Sennett
OCT. 30 (one night only)
(dir. Tod Browning-1932)
American. Brilliant but not for the queasy.
SHORT: "BE REASONABLE" with the Keystone Cops
NOV. 3, 4, 5, 6
A SATYAJIT RAY FESTIVAL
The Apu Trilogy
(dir. Gian Carlo Menotti-1948)
American. Starring Marie Powers and Anna Maria Alberghetti.
of the rare successful combinations of the film and opera. A
SHORT: "COUNTY HOSPITAL"
NOV. 3 (one night only)
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